In the frame of the subject “Legal relationship between the Law of the European Union and the national legal system”, the legal systems for reception and implementation of European law in the domestic Law are analyzed, as well as the monitoring of the European production of law, which can lead to situations of conflict or doubt, particularly in relation to the primacy of European law over national law.
In this sense, it is particularly interesting to analyze the evolution of this field in Spain, as well as the attitude of the Spanish courts and of the Spanish Constitutional Court regarding this issue.
This course attempts to explore these issues, analyzing the national courts´ (ordinary and constitutional) case-law and the ECJ´s case-law, and certain decisions taken by the constitutional courts of other EU countries.
This Official Master on the European Union offers students a high-level academic education that allows them to achieve optimum conditions to develop their professional and academic career. It is intended to provide students with a high-level training that will place them in optimal conditions to work in professional or academic enviroments.
The fundamental role of this type of degrees in European Union countries is a consequence of the central place a college education must have for a better understanding of the integration process. For this reason, the different degrees in European Union Studies are a priority for the European institutions and Member States.